Start your year watching the sun rise from 5895m at the summit of Kilimanjaro!
Join Sue Ryder's Team Incredible and tackle the world's tallest and most iconic freestanding mountain. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on one of the most famous treks in the world.
Walk through the night to summit Ben Nevis, cross the Pembrokeshire limestone or climb the South Downs white cliffs, to raise money for BHF’s life-saving research. These unique challenges will put you to the test, but you will be rewarded with a triumphant finish of the sunrise over the sea or the dramatic Scottish Highlands.
Join the race to change lives with a range of ride distances and venues across the UK and help raise vital funds for people with Parkinson's.
Take on an incredible adventure this summer by climbing Yorkshire's Three Peaks. Covering 25 miles in 12 hours we summit Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. It will be physically challenging but incredibly rewarding and you'll be helped every step of the way, with a mountain leader to guide the walk.
Sign up now for £35.
This adventure on two wheels will take you to mysterious & enigmatic Burma - a land of rich history, breathtaking scenery & one of the least explored countries in SE Asia.
"What are you waiting for girls? Join me, change your life and make a difference today.” Fern Britton, Patron of Genesis Research Trust.
Join the NOMAN Barcelona - Ibiza 2015 challenge that pits two identical boats of amateur rowers in a race head-to-head across 200 miles of the Mediterranean Sea over 3 days. No prior rowing experience is required.
A wild and lively mud run, great for teams, individuals, beginners & seasoned obstacle runners. Get ready to dodge paint guns, run through rivers, crawl under cargo nets & launch yourself down our giant slippery slide to be crowned Willow Warrior 2015!
Don’t miss out on your early bird discount! Entry from £25.
Taking in over 50 of London’s famous landmarks, Nightrider™ is a truly unique way to explore the capital.
Sign up now to be part of the Motivation team on this fun-filled, moonlit ride around the capital's iconic landmarks and get chance to win the coveted Motivation yellow cycling jersey!
Join this exclusive #TeamTeenageCancer trip to Morocco which features an exhilarating five-day trek as we travel deep into the Sahara desert. You'll also have the chance to camp out and see the wonders of the star-lit African sky. This fully-supported and fully inclusive challenge is rounded off with a celebratory dinner in Marrakech.
For just £30 registration you can abseil down this iconic building which inspired George Orwell's Ministry of Truth in the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four & has featured in Dr Who & Jeeves and Wooster.
No experience necessary. Friends & family are welcome to cheer you on and capture the moment you land firmly back on the ground!
Every mile you cycle and every penny you raise will mean that when a child needs us, we’re there. Together we can rebuild children’s lives and prevent abuse from ruining anymore.
Expert training advice, NSPCC cycling jersey, friendly team support, on-the-day support, Facebook group & more.
Join us on this diverse, beautiful and demanding trek which takes in the stunning landscapes of southern Wiltshire and features the famous stone circle of Stonehenge. This circular walk covers 25 miles in total over water meadows, high ridges and quiet woodland paths, following medieval trading routes for much of the time.
Cycle with Alzheimer's Society over three days to Belgium and join them for a pint at the Brussels Beer Festival. You’ll travel 379km and take in historic Flanders and beautiful Bruges along the way and make a real difference to the lives of people affected by dementia.
The ultimate North West trek, traversing the tough, mountainous terrain of the Lake District and conquering 30 peaks in just two days - including Helvellyn. Spectacular Ullswater & Windermere scenery, breakfast onboard a steamer, full support from our dedicated team & medal for each participant.
We all like to be challenged. That sense of achievement which can only come from surmounting obstacles and realising goals is what makes us feel alive.
However the difficulty and severity of some challenges means that we sometimes need an extra push to see us triumphantly over the line and what better way to provide that added boost than raising money for a good cause?
Challenges for charity come in all shapes and sizes and the links below should help you take the first steps to realising your goals:
Be prepared for your walking challenge with these guides: tips on everything you need to know to get started with hill walking, from walk planning to group management and courses you could go on to improve your skills.
If you are interested in a cycling challenge, whether it's at home or abroad, then be sure to consult this section as our team of world-class experts cover the key elements of improving your cycling through training and conditioning.
26 miles is no longer the ultimate distance. Ultra running - essentially running any distance that's longer than a marathon - is becoming increasingly popular, both in the UK and world-wide. Could you trake on an ultra runner challenge? Read our articles in this section to find out what it takes.
A skydive for charity is an event that captures the imagination of potential sponsors unlike any other and we've got all sorts of options available including skydiving courses and world record attempts!
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Join us on Sunday 12 July at the beautiful Wilton House estate as we walk to help the lives of people effected by Parkinsons.
Take in the stunning Isle of Wight on your bike. Cycle 21, 49 or 59 miles to improve the lives of people with Parkinson's. 21 miles (age 11+), 49 and 59 miles (age 16+).
This circular route takes you around the
stunning Cave Hill Country Park. Walk past the caves to McArt’s Fort, taking in stunning wildlife along the way.
We dare you to run a race in the dark with only a head torch to light your way. Test your nerve as well as your fitness. It’s so good it’s scary. 5K - age 11+. Kids fun run - age 10 and under.
Military Madness will require sweat & effort needed to dash the 200m of no man's land, scale the trench area and go over the top as you begin the course. Age 12+.
Arthritis Care’s purpose is to empower people with arthritis through support & information.
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